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Oh, we loved the 90s, here in the U.K. we still know a lot of people that are still stuck in that magical decade. We see them walking round town with their Fred Perry or Ben Sherman shirts with their shaggy mop top haircuts. This fashion was born out of a musical movement, when boys and girls picked up guitars, formed bands and wrote catchy pop songs. This musical explosion was called Britpop! And it was massive. Records sold in their millions and bands like Supergrass, Suede and Pulp were at the forefront. But arguably the biggest two bands of the mid-90s or at least the one that the media wanted to know about where London based band Blur and Oasis from Manchester. This media circus came to ahead in 1995 when the two bands released singles on the same day. Dubbed as "The Battle of Britpop" Blur released Country House and Oasis released Roll With It both vying for that number one spot in the charts. Blur's single came out on top that day, but do they really have the best song?

We have shortlisted nine of the greatest Blur songs and nine of the greatest Oasis songs for you. The Blur songs include tracks such as Song 2, The Universal and Tender. In the Oasis corner we have tracks including Champagne Supernova, Wonderwall and Live Forever. Who will you pick as the best single?

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